Reviews and Problems with The Daring Game for Girls
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Glad I got it
18 August 2010
Summary: I got this for my daughter's 6th birthday. She loves it. She's said it's her favorite game ever. I've watched her play it. It seems to give a positive message about how hard work and making good choices will bring you good things. Basic reading skills are needed for this to be played alone.
Summary: This game caused my ten niece year old to break down in tears. I sent it to her as a Christmas gift. In less than a week (even with other new games to play) she reached the criteria to beat the game.
Summary: This was a gift for my 7 year old's birthday. She played it non-stop for a good 2 weeks, which to me shows the sign of a very cool game. There is something for every girl; challenges, fashion, games, sports. She spent hours cheering herself on!
Summary: This game is designed for an older child. My daughter got it at age 7 but not until she was 8 did she really get into it. It really makes her think and is very positive. Thankfully it is not based on designing clothes, which sadly a lot of the girl games are based on.
If you're in the habit of wasting money on 3rd party software, this game is for you!
18 August 2010
Summary: How about some bullet points: -fails to utilize both screens at once; the top screen is filled with clouds for the majority of the game -poor graphics reminiscent of Game Boy Advance or even Game Boy Color; very bland color scheme -use of touch screen is poor: the lack of precision in the creation...
Summary: I purchased this game for my 6 year old granddaughter. She is very savvy on games so I was very disappointed when she just could not get into this game. The rules were confusing and for the most part very boring. We tried to trade it in @ Game Stop and they said it was worth $1.50..